Category Archives: Global: Sanctity of Life

Global Sanctity of Life Issues

The Dropbox: An incredible story of sacrifice and rescue

Adopting beauty and dignity

‘The Drop Box’ delivers complexity of orphan care to theaters

Margot Bentley appeal to stop feeding denied by B.C. court

Maternal health is better where abortion is restricted

Canada’s Supreme Court creates right to assisted suicide, leaves details up to Parliament

For abandoned babies, hope in a box

Peer warns GM babies could pass on disease to their kids

A stunning pro-life documentary: ‘The Drop Box’

UK becomes first country in world to approve creation of ‘three parent babies’

Three-parent embryos: Harming women to save lives

Raped at 12: ‘No regrets about having my baby girl’

Sex-selective abortion ban rejected by MPs

One in five Dutch doctors would help physically healthy patients die

Former Archbishop dismisses GM babies concerns

Labour MPs told: Vote against sex-selective abortion ban

One in three Dutch doctors would kill patients with dementia in assisted suicide

Bioethics expert: GM babies are a ‘monstrous mistake’

Patients’ care endangered by assisted suicide Bill, say docs

Alex Schadenberg: A very dangerous euthanasia ruling

Isle of Man Parliament rejects assisted suicide

Italy experiencing massive baby shortage due to abortion

Wrong medicine: a new abortion law introduced for discussion in Chile

Ireland: Bill to weaken abortion law defeated

Leading scientists: ‘GM babies are a massive risk’

Why men are killing themselves

Stockland: Court’s assisted-suicide ruling raises prospect of ‘kill at will’

Physician-assisted death in Canada: Carter v Canada (AG)

Judicial death and the church: Assisted suicide in Canada

    Juicy Ecumenism: Canada’s top court has effectively overturned its nation’s laws against assisted suicide, overriding longstanding legislation of Canada’s elected representatives and a thousand years of Common Law, not to mention even more ancient understandings about human life rooted in millennia of Jewish and Christian teaching, which is no little thing. But fully self-actualized philosopher kings and queens in judicial robes may do so cavalierly, because they are the vanguard of the ever progressing radically autonomous individual, who is subject to no normative reality and may endlessly reimagine truth contingent only on need.


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Abortion ‘safer than giving birth’, claims BPAS

Disabled CEO urges MSPs not to legalise assisted suicide

Supreme Court rules Canadians have right to doctor-assisted suicide

Canada’s highest court has overturned ban on assisted suicide

A “significant drop” in sex-selective abortions in India and Nepal

South Korean pastor’s ‘drop box’ saves hundreds of unwanted, but ‘perfect’ lives

Assisted suicide law ‘could create a Dr Shipman’

Canada strikes down ban on assisted suicide, says it violates right to life

Embryos with three parents? The risks are yet to come, critics warn

UK Parliament okays ‘three-parent babies.’ Is US next?

Judge rules mother of six who has learning disabilities can be forcibly sterilized

Canadian disability rights activist implores Supreme Court not to strike down Canada’s laws prohibiting assisted suicide

Three-parent babies: an ethical boundary is being crossed

MPs vote in favour of ‘three-person embryo’ law

UK House of Commons OKs making babies from DNA of 3 people

MPs back GM babies despite safety and ethical concerns

Three-parent baby technique no more sinister than blood transfusion, says Robert Winston

Thousands ‘need three-person babies’

When does gender equality begin?

Protecting doctors’ freedom of conscience

’3-parent baby’ law moves forward in Britain

Chile, among the few countries that ban all abortions, moves to allow them in some cases

Why the Church of England, as a matter of principle, is opposed to assisted suicide

Churches oppose three-person baby plan

The case of Tom Mortier shows how euthanasia advocates will never stop at the terminally ill

Son challenges Belgian law after mother’s ‘mercy killing’

C of E: Legalising GM babies would be ‘irresponsible’

Commons vote on GM babies set for Tues 3 February

Euthanasia: A personal perspective

For Indian bishop, to save girls from selective abortions, minds must be educated

Twenty seven years ago today, Canada allowed unlimited abortions up to birth for any reason

Assisted suicide Bill ‘erodes dignity’ and ‘creates mistrust’

Ethical stem cells used for dementia ‘breakthrough’

Presumed consent is ‘state- imposed tax on bodies’

China to get tough on illegal sex-selective abortions

Palliative care doctors reveal opposition to assisted suicide

Leading scientists call on MPs to support ‘three parent babies’ legislation

Second ‘gender-abortion’ doctor to appear before Crown Court

Dutch euthanasia clinic has knuckles rapped over tinnitus death

Parents of twins explain why they refused to abort

Young and old at risk from ‘naïve’ assisted suicide plans

In first-ever speech to Duma, Russian patriarch calls for total abortion ban